Jordan Gelber '16, Saint Mary's alumna and Denison University sophomore, was featured in an article titled "Sexual Assault, Sororities and Statistics." Jordan is both a delegate from a Greek organization, Delta Gamma, and also an avid individual proponent for sexual respect on Denison's campus. In the article she says "her roots in this issue grow deep, starting with experiences she had while attending [Saint Mary's School,] where open dialogues and conversations regarding sexual respect were welcomed." Read the full article here. She goes on to say, "I was privileged to be in a place that supported my values of womanhood."
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